Cybersecurity is one of the priorities in development of Softline. Last year, the company actively worked in development of the services branch and implementation of complex projects in Russian and foreign organizations.
In 2019, Softline and its subsidiary Infosecurity brought to the market two new services — the cloud-based information security incident response center ISOC and the External Threats & Human Intelligence Center (ETHIC), which helps prevent illegal schemes and information leaks from the company. In 2020, on the basis of a development center in the Indian city of Bangalore, the information security provider is launching a new product — a cloud SOC based on MS Azure. The solution will allow provision of SOC services to all existing users of the AZURE platform, regardless of the size of the company, the specifics of its activities and geography of presence.
"Last year, the market saw a significant increase in interest in implementation of projects in the field of information security. More and more customers are realizing the importance of an integrated approach, which includes implementation of reliable means of protection against intrusions and internal work to improve information security literacy of staff. Softline has a wide portfolio of solutions and services and international experience, which gives us advantages in implementing large-scale information security projects. Our clients receive all the necessary services in a “single window” mode without attracting additional resources,” commented Vladimir Lavrov, Director of Information Security at Softline Group of Companies.